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Today's News

  • Santa Fe National Forest waives fees for Veterans Day

    In honor of Veterans Day, the Santa Fe National Forest announces “Fee-Free Day” on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11. 

    The public, especially veterans, and active members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families are invited to take advantage of the New Mexico fall weather and enjoy the great outdoors. 

  • Brown to speak on climate change

    William M. (Bill) Brown will be speaking at Fuller Lodge at 7 p.m. Sunday about a New Energy Economy as a solution to the challenges posed by climate change.

    This talk is a part of an international effort of The Climate Reality Project.  Founded and chaired by former vice president Al Gore, The Climate Reality Project has more than 5 million members and supporters worldwide. 

  • Time ticks back an hour Sunday

    Much of the nation moves back to standard time this weekend and Acting Asst. Chief/Fire Marshal Brian Nickerson is encouraging local residents to mark the occasion by testing their smoke alarms along with replacing the batteries.

  • Pajarito Mountain: Just add snow

    Pajarito Mountain did not escape the Las Conchas fire unscathed, but thanks to what General Manager Tom Long called “Herculean efforts” by local and wildland firefighters and a new water diversion and hydrant system, most of the ski area was protected from the flames and is ready to open. 

    “We’re working to get the areas that burned rehabilitated, and if Mother Nature helps us out we’ll be good,” Long said.

  • Out and about 11-3-11

    Art openings

     

  • Review: Go 'Into the Woods' with LALO for spooky fun

    We’ve all heard the story of Cinderella, who became an unlikely bride after being granted a wish by her fairy godmother and met a handsome, young prince. Her ugly stepsisters however weren’t so lucky.

    Then there’s Little Red Riding Hood, who encountered a big, bad wolf while on her way to grandmother’s house. In the end, a hunter saved Red Riding Hood and the wolf got a belly full of rocks for his trouble.

  • Review: Go 'Into the Woods' with LALO for spooky fun

    We’ve all heard the story of Cinderella, who became an unlikely bride after being granted a wish by her fairy godmother and met a handsome, young prince. Her ugly stepsisters however weren’t so lucky.

    Then there’s Little Red Riding Hood, who encountered a big, bad wolf while on her way to grandmother’s house. In the end, a hunter saved Red Riding Hood and the wolf got a belly full of rocks for his trouble.

  • Restaurant inspections 11-03-11

    The following restaurant inspection reports were provided by the New Mexico Environment Department. 

     

    Los Alamos

     

  • Celebrating the dead

     Dia de los Muertos conjures up a variety of images. Those which feature skeletons, painted skull faces and sugar skulls are the norm. 

     

  • Thanksgiving air travel forecast: full flights

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Passengers may have to compete with slightly fewer people getting to the airport this Thanksgiving, but flights will be as full as ever, airline industry officials said Thursday.

    The Air Transport Association's annual Thanksgiving travel forecast predicts 37,000 fewer passengers per day — about a 2 percent drop — over the holiday period compared to last year.

    But U.S. carriers have reduced capacity to match demand and offset higher costs, the association said. That means few empty seats.